Cannabissearch.com Buzz Rating: This is one of the most unique highs I've ever experienced. It seems like the strain is torn between wanting to provide a body high and also cerebral stimulation. For 10 or so minutes it will provide an intense body high. Then, for another 10 minutes it switches to a head high, then back to body high and so on and so forth. Very unique and enjoyable effect.The breeder created Nepalese Dragon by crossing a Nepali male with a Hindu Kush mother plant. The resulting offspring has long orange pistils and a medium-green color which is largely overshadowed by the thousands of glistening, sticky trichomes. This bud reeks of pungent incense, Kush and earth, giving it a classic old-school aroma with a modernly intense potency. This is a great strain for a variety of medical ailments. Eighths of Nepalese Dragon usually sell for $45 to $55 at most dispensaries. This 50/50 hybrid has a consistent 8-week flowering period but may take up to 9 weeks at the most. Vegetate these ladies around a month (or more if height is not a concern). They will do best indoors but have shown to thrive when cultivated outdoors as well. The yield outdoors will be far greater than its indoor counterparts, but the quality may suffer some. These ladies will gobble up any nutrients you feed them, so don't be afraid to nute 'em up, to get those gigantic colas. Soil seems to be the best way to cultivate Nepalese Dragon. Look for seeds or clones on your next trip to the dispensary. Better yet, order some feminized seeds today from the breeder.
Please login to leave a review.